New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 6, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 06, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas 1000571 ADC THE EL MSO TX 79903 HERALDZEITUNG SPORTS REGION CHAMP Smithson Valleys Dana Mecke pulls away down the stretch to win cross country Page 1B COUPONS SAVE Save more than at Smart Source and clip coupons for Walgreens and Mark and MaryAnn Inside Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 299 32 5 sections CLICK Partly Cloudy High Low 87 66 DEAR ABBY 3E CLASSIFIEDS ID COMICS 4C CROSSWORD 4C FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 1B TV GRIDS Canyon Lake water members approve sale By Ron Maloney Staff Writer CANYON LAKE Canyon Lake Water Supply Corporation members voted Saturday to sell Comal Coun tys secondlargest water utility to a California A total of of members of the Canyon Lake Water Supply Corporation cast ballots either in person or by and the unofficial vote count Saturday afternoon at Mountain Valley Elementary School was 991 in favor of the sale and 350 margin of percent to A total of 894 of the votes cast required for either side to The vote count will not be official until CLWSC officials checkoff signa tures on the ballots against a list of task they began at the door of the polling place Satur day but were forced to abandon when an estimated 250 people or more lined up to cast The official result will be canvassed and announced at the Wednesday meeting of the CLWSC which takes place at 1 in the notfor profit utility See Page 10A A TRUE COMMUNITY AFFAIR TODAYS EVENTS Wuratfuuw am Jodie Mikula Orchestra Seven Dutchmen Orchestra Waltz Contest Cadence doggers 7 Cloverleaf Orchestra DM OKMM Zrt BlgTwit BlasmusikTexas Alpenfest Kindertanzer Comal Community Band Alpenfest Al MeixnerTrio Die Frohliche Dorfrnusik Al MeixnerTrio Die Frohliche Dorfmusik t Utttolhnt Cavanagh Alpine Express Walburg Boys 4 Kerry MasterYodeler Terry Cavanagh Alpine Express Kerry MasterYodeler Dujka Brothers 8 Walburg Boys Dujka Brothers Roaming Gator the Clown Other Events 8 Heritage Sunday Protestant Church 8 de Gruene Bicycle ClassicTime Trial 8 Wurstfest Waterpark at Liberty North Street Skat TournamentTexas Haus Special Wurstfest Peter Paul Catholic Church 10 Annual Wurstfest Regatta lBoardboats Lake 10 TheWurst Craft Show Sale Braunfels Utilities Parking Lot Protestant Church Kaffee Plaza 11 Heritage Arts Crafts 11 Kunsthalle Arts Recreation Center adjacent to Wurstfest Gate Special Wurstfest Pater Paul Catholic Church Tour of First Protestant Church Noon4 of Conservation Plaza See Page 12A Photos by DAVID Sophienburg Museum decent Lindan gives Heidi and Franz visiting from a les son in New Braunfels history Saturday Don and Isabelle Burke enjoy the Wurstfest artists join in the fun By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Wurstfest might be the biggest party in town this but it is not the only thing to While many of the citys visitors were headed to Landa Park for the big hundreds visited all areas of Comal County to spend time shop ping and learning about the citys Ger man Tour de Gruene The cyclists cruising through down town Gruene Saturday morning burned off just enough calories during their 30 mile ride to make up for consuming large amounts of beer and sausage at Brice Maczygemba and his 15year DIDYOU D The Wurstfest Association is operat ed by 100 Opas and 50 Kleine In there are 71 Senior Opas and 39 people who hold the rank of Opa old son Anton will have to split the since they shared the The cyclists rode the course on a bicy cle made for Its more difficult to control and bal Brice But we do it so Anton can keep Our group rides pretty The appropriately named See Page 12A NBISD drug tests maybe paying off By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer Keith Ploeger said it prob ably will take more than random testing to get some New Braunfels High School students to kick illegal On the other a little incentive cant I dont know if its a deter rent as much as something people have to find a way to get said a I have overheard people say no because of drug New Braunfels Indepen dent School Districts ran dom drug testing policy has been met with mixed reac tion from but the results seem to be Drug violations at NBISD are down by 80 percent since the random drug test ing policy went into effect tills according to data released by the In September and Octo ber of before the poli cy was in 10 students were punished for drug use or For Septem ber and October of this only two students were punished for In trustees approved the policy affecting students in grades 7 through 12 who participate in extracurricu lar activities or park on cam A student who tests positive will be suspended from activities or parking Teresa whose son is a New Braunfels sopho said she likes what shes been hearing about the Her son said he knows people who have cut down on drug use since its See Page 9A Closeknit Unicorns to vie for state Photos by MANDY The New Braunfels band performs its show routine dur ing the Wurst Bowl on By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer It wasnt just a house and a neighborhood that made Mariana Krueger feel at home in New After spending her childhood trav eling the Mariana set down roots in seventh grade with the New Braunfels Mid dle School I spent a lot of time mov ing around because my father was a she AT A GLANCE ffl What New Braunfels High H When 9 HWhera Alamodome H Admission day available through Band helped me and they just embraced me as an now drum major in the New Braunfels High School is one of the seniors who is preparing to say goodbye to her second Ayla a senior euphonium and bassoon said she started band in sixth grade and may have spent more time with other musicians than with her own They say its your second but sometimes I think See Page 11A The Mighty Unicorn Band will compete for a state ;